Turner Falls Park Hiking Trails is a 3.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Davis, OK that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
The Turner Falls area has a number of trails that lead explorers to views of the highlight of the park, a 77 foot waterfall, and numerous caves. There is also a castle style ruins to explore. There are numerous routes to take to hike the area. Hikers usually start at Turner Falls and then venture up above the falls to the caves and hills above. $12 Entrance Fee.
It was so fun... great views
Great place to just admire natures creation
where is the trail head here????
It was awesome, beautiful scenery, wish people would stop littering so much!!
Would have been a 5 but they need to mark some trails. You can explore on your own tho!
We had a fun day and went off of the beaten path through the brush and the woods ending up near camping sites and the stream which we hiked until the water fall then hiked up rocks and went into a cave. The castle was nice too and we did a circle around the swimming holes back to our car. We met many friendly families along the way! It had a lot to offer. We were sad to see so much litter everywhere and broken glass! We saw wildlife tracks but no wildlife or many insects either If we go again I'll take trash bags and pick up litter as we go along. All in all a fun adventure!
Trails were okay, but heavily crowded. More of a swimming hole.
This is not the place to go if you're looking for some scenic reflection. It is essentially an over crowded public pool with terrible signage or maps for trails. But - if you want drunk college kids and wading pools - this place might be your jam.
This park's entrance fee is grossly overpriced for what it offers to hikers. $12 per person plus tax. If you aren't looking to be around a bunch of people this is not the park for you. We were able to find some hiking off the beaten path and enjoy ourselves and the two caves were decent. However, not everything it is cracked up to be.
This was a great family trip. We took our 5 year old and went off the trail a few times. It is beautiful, can't wait to come back.
Had an awesome time with my gf and kiddo... Had a picnic by the big waterfall and hiked to some awesome caves. Will be sore tomorrow but we had a great Sunday! Will definitely be back in the summer!
This trail was amazing loved the experience. You could spend all day out there. For sure worth the $4
Loved the diverse activities available like hiking, swimming, and rock climbing- the areas of interest made it the five stars for me- caves waterfalls and castles, spent the day and will be back
We spent all day here. When we first got there we parked and hiked around a lot and fallowed some random trails. Then we swam in the lake for a little while and had some lunch and then we went and hiked and climbed some rocks some more. It was my 9 year old, 4 year old, and me. We had 2 70oz camelbaks and 1 50oz and we needed more water. So I would recommend bringing a lot of water. We are all worn out but we had a blast exploring and swimming.
Super fun trail, able to make your own path. Neat caves along the trails b
Did this hike most recently with two kiddos. It was December and cool, but the trail was in good shape. Be careful near the top especially with little kids. Very loose rock and slippery damp rocks.
Good views of the falls from all sides on the trail. Good places above the falls for dipping your head in on a warm Oklahoma day. Overall an easy trail if you're used to scrambling and climbing a little. But a strenuous hike if you're not used to it.
Looks great but would have been great to know it is closed I'm Dec.
Me and my wife have been to Turner Falls twice and did some hiking on our second trip. The trails are not very long but are filled interesting areas to explore. After swimming in the water under the falls we went for that took us up and around to the caves up above the falls. This is a fairly steep hike and children should be careful by the steep drop offs. We then hiked over to the "The Castle", which is the old English style home that was built by Dr Ellsworth Collins in the 30's (or so the sign says). It's a bit like exploring a small castle and is a surprising find in this part of the country. There are a couple of great places to cool off with a swim at Turner falls at the end of your hike but beware the crowds as it gets REALLY busy.